RN BhaskarFor Benjamin Netanyahu, prime minister of Israel, the relationship between Israel and India is one that was made in heaven, but has to be consecrated on earth. His emphasis on both nations being ancient civilisations, both being democracies, both being innovative and both being extremely boisterous in their expressions underscore the commonalities between the two countries.“This friendship goes back to ancient times,” Netanyahu told an audience in Mumbai on Thursday. It goes back to the times when Jewish merchants visited India’s shores. “This friendship is an ancient one,” he added.Close related news Delhi Air Polluton: Kejriwal holds meetings on possible solutions for disposal of agricultural waste Delhi’s air quality ‘very poor’ again due to high humidity Ayodhya: Locals hope there won’t be trouble after verdict In many ways Israel has reason to feel pleased with the way its innovation strategy has paid off. Ever since it embarked upon the innovation strategy it has seen its net assets go up year on year.That innovation was at the heart of this turnaround is evident in the manner in which Israel focuses on research and development (R&D). Today, this country’s expenditure on R&D is well over 4% — the highest among all… Read full this story
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